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for this bride and groom. margo and hugh married at the chatham bars inn, determined pot to let a hurricane spoil their special day. >> it will also be memorable. it's given us plenty of challenges, but nothing stopping us. >> reporter: or their happily ever after. >> i hope not. we had a whirlwind romance, but maybe another hurricane just throws some, i don't know, some excitement to it. there is a strange excitement with a hurricane. >> reporter: hurricane earl barreled toward the u.s. as a menacing category 4, but lost steam as it made landfall on the outer banks of north carolina. jim cantore was in hard hit cape hatteras. >> as you can see, we're still taking it on the chin. this water is compliments of pamly company sound and it continues. >> reporter: earl made a turn kicking up occur of surf on new york's long island and creating dangerous rip currents up and down the coast. but in the end, earl whether go down as a near miss for much of the coast. and those who were once bracing for the worst can now look ahead to enjoying the rest of this holiday weekend. and any damage that they find l
back nine to ten days later. >> reporter: so your theory is this art ream has been grooming his son's girlfriend and gets the son out of the way so he can carry it out. >> yes, yes, he gets the son out of dodge, in texas. >> reporter: and the prosecutor said there was one more circumstantial sign of art ream's connection to cindy. and it was the only physical evidence of significance produced in the case. exhibit number ten. >> exhibit ten is a mailer coupon that has a missing picture of cindy zarzycki. >> reporter: in 2007, you remember, detective mclaughlin had uncovered the curious item tucked away in a jewelry box in ream's old carpet warehouse. why in the world would ream have it there? the prosecutor asked the detective. >> they're like trophies. they like to save things that the normal person wouldn't. >> reporter: in his cross-examination of the detective, defense attorney tim kohler argued that art ream hadn't been in that warehouse for years, and suggested that the evidence could have been tainted. >> you don't know if anybody had been in there or not been in there. you we
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